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CANCER RESEARCH IN GREAT BRITAIN

Nature volume 150, pages 8183 (18 July 1942) | Download Citation

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THE eighteenth annual report of the Grand Council of the British Empire Cancer Campaign (11 Grosvenor Crescent, London) was issued in February. At the meeting at which the report was presented, it was stated that more cancer research had been carried on during the War than had been anticipated in 1939. The summary refers with justifiable pride to “the lead in cancer research which Britain is still giving to the whole world”. On account of this, appeals for financial assistance for the Campaign which had been discontinued at the beginning of the War will be made again.

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